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Planning meals for a family — or even a couple — isn’t always as simple as it sounds. You’ve got to come up with a meal idea, find a recipe, pick up ingredients — then you’ve got to do it all over again the next night. Blue Apron wants to take the stress of worrying about meal time off your plate with one of their meal plan deals beginning at just $25 right now in the National Memo Store.

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Each meals is a health-conscious 500 to 800 calories per serving.  And you can choose from one of two plans: three meals for two at just $25; or two meals for four ($33).

Stop worrying about what’s for dinner and let Blue Apron man the kitchen with this deal, available only for a short time.

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